We don’t know how your weekend went, or what you did. But we do know that Rich Ferguson, the creator of Serial Biller and Tagged, spent his performing for Snoop Dogg, Ron Jeremy and other friends. It’s good to be Rich.
He said he met both icons during a taping of the Jimmy Kimmel Show in 1994.
“Ron and I had lunch before the concert and talked about the Man Show days and his place near the Magic Castle in Hollywood,” Ferguson said. “It always amazes me how people who should have seen it all completely lose their lunch over ambitious card routines and mind reading.”
Ferg didn’t get the “Eat your heart out, David Copperfield!” that Blaine received. But he did freak out the entire VIP section by lighting the cigarette of Snoop’s drummer Carlo — with a 5-foot flame shooting from his fingertips.
A 5-foot flame. Holy crap. We knew he was an icebreaker, but that’s ri-freakin-diculous.